2006 New York Code - Restrictions On Ocean Parkway.



 
    §  18-113  Restrictions  on Ocean parkway. a. It shall be unlawful for
  buildings or other erections, except porches, piazzas, fences, fountains
  and statuary, to remain or at any time to be placed upon  Ocean  parkway
  within  thirty feet from the outside lines thereof. In addition thereto,
  such space on  each  side  of  such  parkway  shall  be  used  only  for
  court-yards,  and  may  be  planted with trees and shrubbery, and may be
  otherwise ornamented at the  discretion  of  the  respective  owners  or
  occupants  thereof.  Such  use  and  ornamentation  shall  be  under the
  direction of the department.
    b. It shall be unlawful to erect, establish or carry on, in any manner
  whatever, upon any lot fronting upon Ocean parkway, any slaughter-house,
  tallow chandlery, furnace,  foundry,  nail  or  other  factory,  or  any
  manufactory  for  making  starch, glue, varnish, vitriol, oil or gas, or
  for tanning, dressing, repairing or keeping skins, hides or leather,  or
  any  distillery,  brewery  or  sugar bakery, lime kiln, railway or other
  stable, or depot, or any other manufactory, trade, business or  calling,
  which  may  be  in  anywise  dangerous,  obnoxious  or  offensive to the
  neighboring inhabitants.

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